Half Moon House

Luxurious Self Catering Accommodation

Mobile: 07762560256
Phone: 01260 298512
email: johnmcblain@rocketmail.com or click here

The House

Photo of the Living Room looking towards the balcony

This very comfortable, well insulated and fully equipped house has been designed to make the most of the wonderful views both of Loch a' Chumhainn and of Glen Bellart.

The upstairs living room has a large balcony off it, with fantastic views looking towards the loch.

Photo of the Balcony View

The kitchen (also upstairs) is very well equipped, with a view of Glen Bellart. The utility room has a washing machine and dryer for guest use - laundry powder supplied!

Photo of the Kitchen

Half Moon House has three bedrooms: there is one large twin room and two large doubles with one en-suite. There are also extra beds that can be put up in any of the bedrooms, or the spacious living room. The beds have cotton bed-sheets and electric blankets to keep you comfortable whatever the weather.

Photo of the Master Bedroom and Ensuite


Photo of Half Moon House Gate sign

Garden and Parking: The garden is fenced and there is a large parking area on the driveway. The house sits on a good sized plot which slopes away fairly steeply at the front with hazel trees populating the bank. Around the house there is a lovely mix of gravelled areas with shrubs.

Heating: Oil fired central heating, free to use.

 Bed Linen and Towels: Bed linen and towels are provided.

Extras: Free and unlimited Wireless internet access. Pay telephone. Travel cot. Highchair available. Iron and ironing board. Hairdryer in each bedroom.

There are more photos of the house here.


About Mull

The Isle of Mull is the second largest of the Inner Hebrides, lying just off the west coast of Scotland and is easily accessible from central Scotland.

The most popular ferry route is the 45 minute ferry crossing from Oban to Craignure on Mull. Oban is 2.5 to 3 hours by road from both Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Photo of two black-face lambs

From the house you can walk into the village of Dervaig where there is a well stocked (and licensed) village shop and post office and the oldest Inn on Mull which serves lunches and evening meals. There is also a tennis court beside the village hall, and producers' markets take place on Sundays through the summer months.

Photo of Dervaig Village

The closest and most accessible beach is at Calgary Bay which is a fifteen minute drive from the house. This wide sandy beach is regarded as one of Mull’s finest, though there are many others in the area for those who like to do a little more exploring.

Photo of calgary bay

Mull’s west coast offers beautiful scenery and the circular drive around to Loch na Keal and back to Dervaig along the ‘glen road’ will reward with amazing scenery and wildlife sightings.

Photo of Loch Tuath and Ben Mor

Tobermory, Mull’s main town is 20 minutes to the east and has an excellent range of cafes, shops and restaurants to enjoy.